How to Win Friends and Influence People
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How to Win Friends and Influence People

By (author) Dale Carnegie

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Millions of people around the world have - and continue to - improve their lives based on the teachings of Dale Carnegie. In "How to Win Friends and Influence People" Carnegie offers practical advice and techniques, in his exuberant and conversational style, for how to get out of a mental rut and make life more rewarding. His advice has stood the test of time and will teach you how to: make friends quickly and easily; increase your popularity; win people to your way of thinking; enable you to win new clients and customers; become a better speaker and a more entertaining conversationalist; and, arouse enthusiasm among your colleagues. This book will turn around your relationships and improve your dealings with all the people in your life.

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  • Hardback | 304 pages
  • 132 x 202 x 32mm | 421.84g
  • 04 May 2012
  • Ebury Publishing
  • VERMILION
  • London
  • English
  • Special edition
  • Special edition
  • 0091947464
  • 9780091947460
  • 11,520

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Dale Carnegie, known as 'the arch-priest of the art of making friends', pioneered the development of personal business skills, self-confidence and motivational techniques. His books - most notably How to Win Friends and Influence People - have sold tens of millions worldwide and, even in today's changing climate, they remain as popular as ever.

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"it changed my life" Warren Buffet "The most successful self-help book of all time... Carnegie has never seemed more relevant" The Times "It's helped me immeasurably in life. I think everyone should read it" Jenny Colgan, Independent on Sunday "a no-nonsense guide to being a better person...an easy-to-read, practical guide" Spirit and Destiny

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The deepest principle in human nature is the craving to be appreciated.

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